We've seen a lot of new watercooling products hit the market over the last year or so. Some good, others not so good. Still, this has encouraged more watercooling kits with ease of use in mind. Manufacturers want people to try out watercooling without the hassle of planning and purchasing all the separate parts.
In a similar fashion, we've seen certain watercooling components move away from simply being borrowed from other areas of technology, for example radiators from cars, and aquatic pumps. Instead we're seeing more components designed specifically for PC watercooling, and with that comes PC specific features. Today we're taking a look at a pump which aims to be both easy to setup and provide features beyond that which we've previously seen: Asetek's WaterChill Extreme 12V Pump/Reservoir.